• Cannonborough / Elliotborough 1

    Cannonborough / Elliotborough

    Best Known For...

    • good side street eats
    • residential area
    • nearby MUSC, CofC campuses
    • shops
    • bakeries

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  • Downtown 2


    Downtown Charleston captures everything this waterfront city has to offer. The Charleston restaurants, hotels, Victorian-style homes, beaches, markets, shops and so much more. Parking is often a challenge in downtown, but your best bet is to find a parking garage off King or Meeting Street and spend some time walking around the bustling area. Staying in one of the many downtown Charleston hotels or bed...  Read more »

  • Harleston Village 3

    Harleston Village

    Best Known For...

    • The College of Charleston campus
    • Historic homes, quiet residential streets
    • bars, restaurants on nearby King St
    • Side street shops, Cafes
    • Wentworth Mansion

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  • Isle Of Palms 4

    Isle Of Palms

    Just north of Sullivan's Island you cross the Breach Inlet and come to what has become known as Charleston's most popular island, the Isle of Palms. Although it's changed quite a bit from the late 1800s when you could only access it by water or a one way railroad bridge, the Isle of Palms still maintins its tropical charm. A plesant retreat from the hustle and bustle of downtown Charleston, the Isle of...  Read more »

  • Kiawah Island 5

    Kiawah Island

    Once the sole domain of the Kiawah Indians, this island off South Carolina's coast ranks as one of the region's cushiest resorts. In past centuries, it served as plantation grounds, pasturelands, a logging site, and a family retreat. It wasn't until the early 1970s, however, that its beginnings as a resort were realized, when a Kuwaiti-led group began to develop the island as a leisure destination. These...  Read more »

  • North Charleston 6

    North Charleston

    Head down I-26 a few miles and you'll come to the next most populated area of Charleston, North Charleston. Although it's away from the beach, North Charleston provides the same great low country experience and feel that you get from being in downtown. On a rainy day, Charleston's largest mall, the Northwoods Mall, is ideal for an afternoon of shopping with over 100 department stores and small shops. The...  Read more »

  • The French Quarter 7

    The French Quarter

    Best Known For...

    • Churches and architecture
    • The Blind Tiger
    • French Quarter Inn
    • art galleries
    • McCrady's

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  • Upper King 8

    Upper King

    Best Known For...

    • Marion Square


    • Closed For Business

    • Francis Marion Hotel

    • Seeking Indigo

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